International Relief Friendship Foundation

3 Ways to Help

Any donation will be useful to equip those who have been affected by the storms with the right resources. Please contribute to the cause today–every penny counts! We have partnered with Christian Disaster Response to ensure funds reach the place of maximum need and optimum service opportunity.

Help Out

You can facilitate the recovery process by volunteering with IRFF! After receiving training, volunteers will go into the affected area to assist those who have incurred damages to their homes as a result of the disaster. The training is approximately a weekend – 2 days – for basic training. 

Help Out

Help meet both the immediate and long-term needs of the people and communities hit hardest by disaster by preparing a recovery kit or "gift of the heart" containing essential items. For more instructions on preparing a recovery kit, click the button below. 

Help Out

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About Us

In the wake of worldwide catastrophic natural disasters , IRFF is partnering with Christian Disaster Response (CDR) to assist in the recovery process for those who have been affected. We place a special focus on the areas that are often invisible to the civic and governmental agencies and consequently do not get served.

We invite the public to contribute and donate to help those in need during these devastating disasters in one of three ways: financial donations, recovery kits, or volunteering. All donations will go to support those in the affected areas - providing hot meals, clean water, and other essential needs, as well as sending volunteers to directly aid those affected most by these disasters.

Founded in 1976 by Rev. Sun Myung Moon and Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon, the International Relief Friendship Foundation, Inc. (IRFF) is dedicated to finding practical solutions to the global problems of poverty, suffering, and disease while promoting opportunities for long-term sustainable development for communities in need. Thus, IRFF provides immediate humanitarian relief to individuals and families devastated by poverty, illness, natural disasters, and conflict in addition to paving the path for long-term sustainable development through educational and economic opportunities. IRFF also develops and educates the next generation of socially responsible global leaders through our experiential service learning programs that stress cultural, religious, and racial cooperation.